Shiloh

[ US /ˈʃaɪɫoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the second great battle of the American Civil War (1862); the battle ended with the withdrawal of Confederate troops but it was not a Union victory
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How To Use Shiloh In A Sentence

  • A feeling suddenly exploded inside of him, and he rose, pulled on pants and a shirt, and went out to tack Shiloh.
  • They walked all around the barnyard, Shiloh's head up high, looking at all the new surroundings.
  • And of course I couldn't help but note that Marlena Elise is easily the most (lit -) blogged baby since Shiloh Nouvel -- how chic! Marlie Update and a Photos
  • During Shiloh they were either in butternut there dying in the orchard, dying without water or thin-lipped still in Purdy, where cannon boom and rifle shot came clear even on a breezeless day, sliding through the clapboard walls, clotting milk and setting loose that first wall-eyed notion of leaving the South behind. HAROLD DERWIN BARNETT, 22 May 1925 - 16 October 2006
  • He abandoned the tabernacle of Shiloh, the tent he had set up among men.
  • In his poem "Shiloh" (the first massive battle of the Civil War with almost 24,000 casualties), Herman Melville writes "What like a bullet can undeceive". Discourse.net: Unarmed, This Time
  • They knew, now, the Spartans at Thermopylae; and the sunken road at Shiloh; and the impis at Isandhlwana; and Chuikov's 62nd Army in the shattered factories on the Volga.
  • Fought in April 1862, Shiloh marked a new departure in warfare, a level of death and destruction previously unknown and unimagined.
  • During Shiloh they were either in butternut there dying in the orchard, dying without water or thin-lipped still in Purdy, where cannon boom and rifle shot came clear even on a breezeless day, sliding through the clapboard walls, clotting milk and setting loose that first wall-eyed notion of leaving the South behind. HAROLD DERWIN BARNETT, 22 May 1925 - 16 October 2006
  • Much of the backstory about the Sarah-Shiloh courtship comes from a novella Jodi Compton Answers Questions About Her First Book, The 37th Hour
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